Bills head coach Doug Marrone feels the quarterbacks and receivers have some work to do in the timing department, but T.J. Graham believes the chemistry they developed in the spring practices will soon reappear if it hasn’t already.
“It feels like we’ve been together for a long time,” said Graham. “Going back to when we started voluntary mini-camps, (Kevin) Kolb has been around and we’ve been kind of just moving off of there. EJ came right in and didn’t skip a beat. So, I don’t know, it is just really good chemistry. It might be that the offense translates to the offensive systems the other two were in, but we have pretty good chemistry out there.”
Graham hooked up twice with EJ Manuel on deep passes during the 1-on-1 portion of practice for scores.
“Well, he throws the ball far and I run fast,” said Graham flatly. “So he just throws it as far as he can and I run underneath it. And that’s pretty good chemistry.
“Playing against him in college, I’ve seen him a couple times now. He’s pretty good. He has a really strong arm and really good feet. He is going to be good.”
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